Nintendo “expend a lot of time” on matching up Zelda stories… and is Yoshi male or female?

Shigeru Miyamoto discusses the importance of making sure each Zelda game's story matches one another and even goes on to discuss Yoshi's gender.

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jaredhart3447d ago

Yoshi is male...I think

Shackdaddy8363447d ago (Edited 3447d ago )

Almost positive Yoshi is male...

There are male animals that lay eggs. Such as seahorses.

Nitrowolf23447d ago (Edited 3447d ago )

Yoshi is asexual
but other then that technically Yoshi has no Gender.

It was intended to be like that. From any view he can be viewed as a girl or boy.

bwazy3447d ago

Seahorse males dont lay eggs. It incubates them via transference from the female and they hatch from the males pouch

Yoshi's a male though.

Agent Smith3447d ago

Male, but a sexy male. Stupid sexy Yoshi.

jacksonmichael3447d ago (Edited 3447d ago )

I think he is at least gay... It's confusing, actually.

@GunofthePatriots But... they said there was... There is a split in the timeline... I wanna know!

GunofthePatriots3447d ago

I never understood why some get caught up in trying to piece together a Zelda time line.
Some theories are interesting but I always look at the Series as a different game every time and tells a new story without trying to connect it to previous installments.
I honestly believe that there is no time line and was never meant to be one.

ChickeyCantor3447d ago

that what you just said didnt make sense.
Some zelda games are actually "sequels" in the time line. Their story is very much driven by it.

But i can't see how all games match and fit.

RevXM3447d ago (Edited 3447d ago )

Yoshi, male or female?

A girl may wouldn't even think of wearing those shoes.
Guys dont lay eggs.
gals would wear makeup, or just look more feminine.

Yoshi could be like a snail, snails do not have 2 genders.